[Artist and theorist, b. 1945, Toledo, Ohio, lives in New York and Rome.]
Seeing is not as simple as looking.
[Artist and filmmaker, b. 1945, Düsseldorf, lives in Berlin.]
I think seeing happens partly through the eyes, but not entirely.
[Photographer and curator, b. 1879, Luxembourg, Germany, d. 1973, West Redding, Connecticut.]
Once you really commence to see things, then you really commence to feel things.
Henry David Thoreau
[Writer and practical philosopher, b. 1817, Concord, Massachusetts, d. 1862, Concord.]
The question is not what you look at, but what you see.
[Documentary filmmaker, b. 1948, Hewlett, New York, lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.]
...we do not form our beliefs on the basis of what we see; rather, what we see is often determined by our beliefs.
[Artist, b. 1944, Berkeley, California, lives in Hiko, Nevada.]
I have looked at so many photographs, I can not see them anymore.
[Poet, b. 1908, Saginaw, Michigan, d. 1963, Bainbridge Island, Washington.]
I wish I could find an event that meant as much as simple seeing.
[Photographer, b. 1968, Remscheid, Germany, lives in London.]
I think it’s much more radical to see and show things as they look instead of making them somehow subversive through alienation or estrangement.